Horror Novel Printed On Toilet Paper

This is one of those things that you’ll probably wish you had thought of and be surprised someone hasn’t done it already. A Japanese paper company will be putting famed horror writer Koji Suzuki’s next novel on their toilet paper. I shit you not. Suzuki is best known for writing the novels “Ring” and “Dark Water” which were both made into feature films.

Set in a public bathroom, “Drop” revolves around the happenings of an evil spirit that lives in a toilet bowl. Seams like a no brainer to me and at only $2.35 a roll it’s a bargain at twice the price. Let’s just hope the ink doesn’t smear.

I've read the story and it's very scary," said Takaki Hayashi, vice president of Hayashi Paper Corporation who will be putting out the rolls

The story is nine chapters, or about 33.9 inches of TP fun and will repeat until the roll ends. I’m not 100% sure how you go about picking up where you left off but I’m willing to give it a try. At the very least Suzuki can’t complain that people are shitting all over his new novel. Zing!

Source: UPI.com


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